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They should give the followup to Herb Reichert

Posted by Brian H P on August 31, 2020 at 11:42:29:

He will try the amp with a variety of speakers (his regulars plus whatever he has in for review), compare it with his regular reference amps, and give the phono stage a good spin.

I really like his approach of trying different combinations of amps and speakers to find the best synergy.

Unlike some reviewers who have only one reference pair of speakers, or one reference amp.

I'm sure JVS's (and MF's) big Wilsons sound awesome wonderful, but they suck up current like a thirsty elephant sucks up water. Only amps with massive power reserves stand a chance of driving them correctly.

Give the new Yammy an easier load, then report on its sound.